The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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  • Spring fit-out at Collingwood
    Image       Spring fit-out at Collingwood, April 20, 1909. Group includes HAMONIC, CITY OF MIDLAND, GERMANIC, DORIC and IONIC.
    Image     Spring fit-out at Collingwood, April 20, 1909. Group includes HAMONIC, CITY OF MIDLAND, GERMANIC, DORIC and IONIC.
  • Northern Navigation Coy's S. S. "Hamonic," Great Lakes Service
    Image       "Northern Navigation Coy's S. S. "Hamonic," Great Lakes Service" Reverse: "Valentine & Sons Publishing Co. Ltd. Montreal and Toronto Printed in Great Britain"
    Image     "Northern Navigation Coy's S. S. "Hamonic," Great Lakes Service" Reverse: "Valentine & Sons Publishing Co. Ltd. Montreal and Toronto Printed in Great Britain"
  • Hamonic (Steamboat), 19 Sep 1908
    TextNewspaper       new boat...
    TextNewspaper     new boat...
  • Launching at Collingwood, Ont.
    Image       Handwritten: " Launching at Collingwood, Ont." "G. B. Green"
    Image     Handwritten: " Launching at Collingwood, Ont." "G. B. Green"
  • Largest passenger steamber in Canada, "Hamonic" built at Collingwood, Ont.
    Image       "Largest passenger steamber in Canada, "Hamonic" built at Collingwood, Ont., launched 26th Nov. 1908, 365 feet over all, 6200 horse power, freight capacity 3000 tons"
    Image     "Largest passenger steamber in Canada, "Hamonic" built at Collingwood, Ont., launched 26th Nov. 1908, 365 feet over all, 6200 horse power, freight capacity 3000 tons"
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